Duck away from the bustle of Covent Garden’s Wellington Street in one of London’s prettiest restaurants. Like being in a classic members’ club, a window onto a more elegant past, PJ’s bustles with life. It’s the daily melting pot of Covent Garden society that has made PJ’s such an enduring landmark.
The Gallery downstairs provides living testament to the galaxy of theatreland folk who have made PJ’s their second home. PJ’s stands for excellence across the board. Excellent service, excellent food and wines, unrivalled atmosphere. An authentic, Covent Garden theatre bar experience, untrammelled by commercialism and undiluted by time, PJ’s has been at the hub of the West End’s community for 26 years.
Although the restaurant itself is wheelchair accessible, the toilets are not
(4 mins) Turn right on Long Acre, and 100m down turn right again onto Bow Street/Wellington Street. PJ’s is about 150m down, on your left after the zebra crossing.
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